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High Streamflow Advisory: Fraser River

Updated May 22, 2018 at 10:25 AM

The River Forecast Centre has issued a High Streamflow Advisory for the Fraser River due to increased snow melt runoff. River levels and flows are expected to remain elevated this week and into the weekend.

City staff are monitoring water levels, conducting daily patrols of areas adjacent to the Fraser River, and are prepared for possible minor flooding as part of our Flood Response Plan »

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Drinking Water Quality Data

Welcome to BurnabyMap. For 2015, the City has added a new feature to provide information to the public about drinking water quality. You can access the map here (click on help to access the information).

In order to help you navigate and access the new information, please review the following information:

  1. Click on the layers icon to bring up a list of layers available for viewing.
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  2. To turn on the Drinking Water Quality Data click on Engineering Operations > Infrastructure > Water. Then click on the box next to the Drinking Water Quality Data Stations to turn on the layer.
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  3. Click on the identify button to bring up the identify tool. Choose the circle and select a raindrop on the map to bring up that Water Station water quality record for this current year.
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  4. Once you have selected the water station you are interested in it will open up a window with multiple layers that you can view more information about. First click on the triangle beside “Drinking Water Data”,  then “click for more info…” link under the Links column to open up the records for that specific station.
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  5. View the previous year summary charts for each parameter by clicking on the “View Chart” button on the bottom left corner data table.
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  6. You can now go to BurnabyMap and browse the data.
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